Michele Gordigiani, 1864 - Portrait of a Woman (Marianna Panciatichi, Marquise Paolucci of Roncole, from 1835 to 1919, or her sister-in-law, Beatrice Ferrari Corbelli-Reggio, Lucciano Countess) - fine art print

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"Portrait of a Woman (Marianna Panciatichi, Marquise Paolucci of Roncole, from 1835 to 1919, or her sister-in-law, Beatrice Ferrari Corbelli-Reggio, Lucciano Countess)" was painted by Michele Gordigiani in 1864. The masterpiece measures the size 25 3/16 x 20 1/2 in (64 x 52 cm). Oil on canvas was used by the painter as the technique for the piece of art. Today, this artwork is part of the art collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York, United States of America. This public domain piece of art is included with courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Purchase, Anne Cox Chambers Gift, 2011. The creditline of the artpiece is: Purchase, Anne Cox Chambers Gift, 2011. Moreover, alignment is portrait and has an image ratio of 1 : 1.2, which implies that the length is 20% shorter than the width. Michele Gordigiani was a painter, whose style can be attributed mainly to Realism. The Realist artist was born in 1835 and passed away at the age of 74 in 1909.

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Structured article information

Article categorization: fine art reproduction
Method of reproduction: digital reproduction
Production method: UV direct printing
Origin of the product: made in Germany
Stock type: on demand production
Intended product use: wall décor, art print gallery
Orientation: portrait alignment
Side ratio: length : width - 1 : 1.2
Image aspect ratio implication: the length is 20% shorter than the width
Materials you can choose: metal print (aluminium dibond), poster print (canvas paper), canvas print, acrylic glass print (with real glass coating)
Canvas print (canvas on stretcher frame) variants: 50x60cm - 20x24", 100x120cm - 39x47", 150x180cm - 59x71"
Acrylic glass print (with real glass coating) size options: 50x60cm - 20x24", 100x120cm - 39x47", 150x180cm - 59x71"
Poster print (canvas paper) size options: 50x60cm - 20x24", 100x120cm - 39x47"
Aluminium print size variants: 50x60cm - 20x24", 100x120cm - 39x47"
Frame: not included

Background information on the original artpiece

Title of the work of art: "Portrait of a Woman (Marianna Panciatichi, Marquise Paolucci of Roncole, from 1835 to 1919, or her sister-in-law, Beatrice Ferrari Corbelli-Reggio, Lucciano Countess)"
Categorization: painting
General category: modern art
Period: 19th century
Artwork year: 1864
Approximate age of artwork: around 150 years old
Painted on: oil on canvas
Original dimensions: 25 3/16 x 20 1/2 in (64 x 52 cm)
Exhibited in: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Museum location: New York City, New York, United States of America
Web URL: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
License: public domain
Courtesy of: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Purchase, Anne Cox Chambers Gift, 2011
Artwork creditline: Purchase, Anne Cox Chambers Gift, 2011

About the artist

Name: Michele Gordigiani
Aliases: Gordigiani Michele, Gordigiani M. of Florence, Michele Gordigiani
Artist gender: male
Nationality of artist: Italian
Professions: painter
Country: Italy
Classification: modern artist
Styles: Realism
Life span: 74 years
Year of birth: 1835
Died: 1909

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Gordigiani was the premier portraitist of the Risorgimento, the period of modern Italian unification. This portrait, commissioned by marchese Ferdinando Panciatichi (1813–1897), scion of a distinguished Florentine family, depicts the patron’s daughter or daughter-in-law. That it was one of a pair—the pendant is now unlocated—can be deduced from the original receipt for the exuberant gilt wood frame with silk velvet elements the painting still bears, a masterpiece of the intagliatore, or carver, Niccola Ricci (active 1848–1866). The frame’s opulence is evocative of the years 1864–71, during which Florence served as King Vittorio Emanuele II’s temporary capitol.

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